Revelation Trailer

Revelation Trailer (2009)

01 January 2009 Drama, Horror 28 mins

The dead walk the Earth. Seeking shelter, two figures stumble upon a man living alone in the tunnels of a large college campus. This individual seems quite content in his isolation and doesn't look highly upon outsiders. Over the period of a couple days the two attempt to figure out if the man is a saint or a threat.

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Cash Kimmerle

as Intruder

Ben Blaesing

as Zombie #1

Alycia Yates

as Zombie #2


Shane Howard

Shane Howard Makeup Artist

Max Groah

Max Groah Production Manager

Jon Fredette

Original Music Composer

Will Graver


Will Graver

Will Graver Producer

Chris Ward

Chris Ward Script Coordinator

International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 2009

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17 July 2009

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18 August 2009

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03 April 2009

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06 May 2009

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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Trailer (2009)

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